National Clean Energy Summit 5.0 begins Tuesday in Las Vegas
(KTNV) -- The 5th Annual National Clean Energy Summit will take place in Las Vegas on Tuesday, August 7. President Bill Clinton will give the keynote address during the summit, which focuses on clean energy options for individuals, governments and businesses.
The annual conference is hosted by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), MGM Resorts International, the Clean Energy Project, Center for American Progress and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
"No state has more to gain from a clean energy future than Nevada and I am so pleased Las Vegas is again hosting the fifth National Clean Energy Summit," said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. "At this year's summit, we will discuss how offering businesses and consumers more and better energy choices will accelerate clean economic growth opportunities. I look forward to an enthusiastic dialogue on how American can continue to build a 21st century clean energy future and hope you can join us."
Participants will have access to a range of panels featuring policymakers and industry leaders, presenting energy options that Americans can choose in order to stay competitive in the $2 trillion global clean energy market. The options these panels will put forward include driving immediate investments in our clean resources and policies to optimize renewable energy production, accelerating the production and ownership of alternative fuel vehicles, developing a smarter electricity grid, and investing in the research, development, deployment, and commercialization of new American-made clean-tech products.
For more information or to register for the "National Clean Energy Summit 5.0: The Power of Choice," visit www.cleanenergysummit.org.